|Headquarters||Accokeek, Maryland, USA|
The company's Stoeger Publishing division also publishes books and videos about firearms, hunting and fishing.
Stoeger Industries' headquarters are in Accokeek, Maryland, United States. Stoeger is a wholly owned subsidiary of Benelli, which in turn is owned by Italian firearms manufacturer Beretta. Besides marketing a line of tactical and hunting shotguns as well as air rifles, Stoeger also serves as an FFL for importing firearms by Uberti, also a member of the Benelli/Beretta group.
Stoeger commissioned various small companies in Germany to manufacture a .22 Long Rifle replica of the Luger, which it imported. It later sold an American-made version of the Luger in 1994. The pistol was all stainless steel and was in 9 mm and sold as the American Eagle Luger with 4" and 6" barrels. Stoeger has owned the name "Luger" starting around 1924.
Stoeger also distributed in the United States some firearms made by Fabrique Nationale (FN).
Firearms sold by Stoeger Industries include the following:
- .22 Luger
- X5 Spring piston entry level air rifle (200m/s muzzle velocity 0.22 pellets / 245m/s 0.177 pellets)
- X10 Spring piston air rifle (305m/s muzzle velocity 0.22 pellets / 365m/s 0.177 pellets)
- X20 Spring piston air rifle (305m/s muzzle velocity 0.22 pellets / 365m/s 0.177 pellets)
- X50 Spring piston air rifle (360m/s muzzle velocity 0.22 pellets / 460m/s 0.177 pellets)
- Cougar semi-automatic pistol.
- Condor over-and-under shotgun.
- STF 3000 over-and-under shotgun.
- The Grand - single shot trap shotgun
- Uplander side-by-side shotgun.
- Coach Gun side-by-side shotgun.
- P-350 pump shotgun.
- Model 2000 semi-automatic shotgun
- Model 3000 (3") semi-automatic shotgun
- Model 3500 (3.5") semi-automatic shotgun
- Stoeger Double Defense double-barreled shotgun designed as a tactical defense gun. Black matte finish with single trigger. Has a Picatinny rail on the barrels to attach accessories.